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1 Will it blend? Integrating face-to-face and online learning Irana Morrish, Cambridge ESOL Rachel Le Juge, Air France

2 Session outline New models of learning Blended learning – what and why? Introduction to Cambridge ESOL courses Case Study 1: Siemens Tips for integration Case Study 2: Air France Reflections on delivering blended programmes Q&A

3 What is this? What is it for?

4 What is this? What is it for?

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6 _online_collaboration.html

7 Tony Gurr, Whats in, Whats out - for ELT allthingslearning blog, 2011

8 Flipped classroom model Created by Knewton Learning and Column Five Media

9 How do we define blended learning? 100% Face-to-face 100% Online A combination of traditional classroom learning and media-rich, interactive online technology

10 Benefits of blended learning For learners Flexibility of study More time for reflection and review Encourages learner autonomy Can repeat the lesson Reassurance of face-to-face contact Personalisation of learning

11 Benefits of blended learning For schools/teachers Flexibility Differentiation between learners An easier way into teaching online Opportunities to extend teaching time Opportunities to widen access and run additional classes

12 6 blended learning courses Cambridge Financial English 100 hours Level: B2 75% Online; 25% Classroom BULATS Blended Learning Course 50 hours Level: B1-C1 60%–70% Online; 30%–40% Classroom Cambridge B1 Course Online 100 hours Level: B1 75% Online; 25% Classroom

13 …blended learning courses IELTS Academic Lower Bands 100 hours Band scores: 4.5–5.5 50%–60% Online 40%–50% Classroom IELTS Academic Higher Bands 100 hours Band scores: 6.0–7.5 60–75% Online 25%–40% Classroom Cambridge CELTA Course Online 120 hours

14 BULATS Self-study 50 hours Level: B1-C1 IELTS Academic Self-study 100 hours Band scores: 4.5–7.5 IELTS General Training Self-study 100 hours Band scores: 4.5–7.5 Self-study 100% online courses and modules

15 Case study: Siemens Financial English to support finance teams Learners are IT Support An opportunity to improve communication skills with colleagues Model of delivery: 75% online; 25% classroom Once a month face- to-face sessions Net meetings support

16 Common issues Learner selection Learner motivation Finding time to study flexibly Checking progress Placement test & interview Incentivise completion Learner agreement & advice about structure Engagement with peers & tutor support Use of role play Some solutions

17 Case Study 2 Rachel Le Juge, Air France

18 Questions?


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